Punjab Police Asks to Ban PUBG After Addict Kills His Own Family

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Punjab Police Asks to Ban PUBG After Addict Kills His Own Family

After being inspired by the game, another PUBG junkie killed his mother and brothers. According to preliminary investigations, 18-year-old Ali Zain was hooked to the game and killed his mother, two sisters, and a brother in the hopes of being revived like in the game.

The bullet-riddled bodies of a mother and her three children were discovered at a house in Lahore on January 19th, 2022. Zain, the surviving 14-year-old son, was found to be the murderer. Further inquiry found that Zain shot his family at point-blank range inside the house after becoming dissatisfied with the game.

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According to the police, Zain then went into hiding in a village near Faisalabad, sleeping in the lowest portion of the home.

Because of this and other recent occurrences resulting from the game’s addiction, the Punjab Police Department has decided to petition the federal government to impose a ban on the popular battle-royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) in order to prevent other acts of violence.

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Another terrible event occurred last year, when a guy attempted to mimic a scene from the online game PUBG by killing two people and injuring three others.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is an online multiplayer game developed by a South Korean business. According to specialists, the game has a negative impact on the behaviour of individuals hooked to it, as seen by recent events.

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